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# V. Quick Question - changing into radians watch

1. a question says i have to find the angle in the interval 0<x< 2pie, giving my answer in terms of pie

so if i find the answer to be 2.09radians, how do i give this in terms of pie?

2. (Original post by LondonBoy)
a question says i have to find the angle in the interval 0<x< 2pie, giving my answer in terms of pie

so if i find the answer to be 2.09radians, how do i give this in terms of pie?

When you answer the question dont use a calculator...
3. ***two Thirds Pie***
4. oh whats 1 radian in terms of pie?
5. (Original post by LondonBoy)
oh whats 1 radian in terms of pie?
=> 1 radian = 180/π degrees
6. just let pie=180° so 2pie = 360° you can convert back to radians by dividing by 180° and giving your answer as a fraction. so 750° = 25pie/6

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